This is the King's Observatory, built by King George III (well, he paid other people to do the work), with one single purpose -- to be used for a few hours one evening to look at the Sun.
A listed modernist railway station is set to be restored to its original 1950s appearance.
Reopened last year following restoration, but closed again for winter, Kew Garden's Great Pagoda reopens in April.
In the 1950s, a set of stone reliefs were added to a building so high up that hardly anyone could see them. But now anyone can see them.
If you're wandering around the streets near Edgware Road one evening, you might spy a glowing confection on a side street and wander over for a better look.
Long standing plans to surround Shoreditch High Street station with a cluster of tower blocks have been revised and a new consultation is open.
For one weekend this April, London Transport Museum’s Depot in Acton, west London, will open its doors, giving you the chance to explore its huge collection of transport heritage.
Hidden under scaffolding lies one of East London's marvels, and soon it will be unveiled once more.
A small side street near Victoria contains a mosaic that people will tell you is an old advert for the Victor Talking Machine Company. They are wrong.